Crisis Prevention and Recovery

Publications
  • LOTFA Akheri Final Progress ReportAug 31, 2015This is the final report of the Law and Order Trust Fund Afghanistan (LOTFA) ‘Akheri’ Project-Inception Phase, covers the final two months of implementation during the months of May and June as well as reflecting on the overall achievements from n 1 January 2015 until 30 June 2015.

  • LOTFA Third Quarter Progress Report 2015Sep 30, 2015In April 2015, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIROA), UNDP and the donors supporting the Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) received H.E. President Ghani’s approval to proceed with the restructuring of LOTFA and the development of a new programme document that included the design of a LOTFA Transition Plan to succeed the LOTFA Akheri beginning 1 July 2015.

  • APRP Third Quarter Progress Report 2014Sep 1, 2015Since August 2010, the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP) has worked to promote peace, reconciliation and security in Afghan communities through outreach, reintegration, and community recovery.

  • JHRA Third Quarter Progress Report 2015Oct 1, 2015During the Second Quarter (Q2) of 2015, JHRA has continued the implementation of its Annual Work Plan, achieving significant progress in all outputs. Regarding Output 1, High level coordination mechanism for developing policy and legislation in accordance with international and national standards are established and functional in State justice institutions.

  • APRP Second Quarter Progress Report 2015Jul 1, 2015The Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP) has worked since 2010 to promote peace, reconciliation and security in Afghan communities through outreach, reintegration, and community recovery. During the second quarter (Q2) 2015, APRP has continued supporting the Government of Afghanistan’s strategy for peace, reconciliation and reintegration.

  • LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2015Mar 31, 2015

  • APRP First Quarter Progress Report 2014Apr 4, 2014The Third Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up their arms and reintegrate into their communities following the vetting process undertaken by security agencies.

  • APRP Project Progress Report Q2 -2012Jul 1, 2012The Second Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up their arms and reintegrate into their communities following the vetting process undertaken by security agencies.

  • APRP Project Progress Report Q3 - 2012Oct 1, 2012The Third Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up their arms and reintegrate into their communities following the vetting process undertaken by security agencies.

  • Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) Final Report 2009-2012Jan 1, 2013The Final Report for the Justice and Human Rights in Afghanistan (JHRA) for 2009-2012, a project launched in June 2009 as a continuation of UNDP's ongoing work in the justice sector, which started after the Bonn Conference in 2001. The three-year JHRA project was developed in coordination and consultation with all three national justice institutions- The Ministry of Justice (MoJ), Attorney General's Office (AGO), and Supreme Court (SCt), and aimed to strengthen key areas in the delivery of justice services and access to justice in six target provinces: Faryab, Jawzjan, Badakhshan, Bamyan, Nangarhar and Kunar.

  • LOTFA Third Quarter Progress Report 2012Sep 1, 2012

  • LOTFA Annual Progress Report 2012Nov 30, 2012

  • LOTFA Second Quarter Progress Report 2012Apr 1, 2012

  • LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2012Apr 1, 2012

  • LOTFA Project in SpotlightMay 1, 2012

  • LOTFA EU final report 2012Nov 30, 2012

  • LOTFA First Quarter Progress Report 2013Apr 1, 2013

  • LOTFA Second Quarter Progress Report 2013Jul 1, 2013

  • JHRA First Quarter Progress Report 2013Apr 1, 2012

  • JHRA Second Quarter Progress Report 2013Jul 1, 2013

  • LOTFA Third Quarter Progress Report 2013, Multi-DonorSep 30, 2013

  • LOTFA Third Quarter Progress Report 2013, ad-hoc for GoJSep 30, 2013

  • JHRA Third Quarter Progress Report 2013Sep 30, 2013

  • APRP Third Quarter Progress Report 2013Oct 1, 2012The Third Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up their arms and reintegrate into their communities following the vetting process undertaken by security agencies.

  • APRP Second Quarter Progress Report 2013Jun 30, 2012The Third Quarter (2012) Project Report of the Afghanistan Peace and Reintegration Programme (APRP), a nationally-led and implemented program, combining political, security and development dimensions of peace building. APRP seeks out anti government elements (AGEs) and encourages them to give up their arms and reintegrate into their communities following the vetting process undertaken by security agencies.

Our Work - Crisis Prevention & Recovery
Crisis

UNDP has worked in Afghanistan over the past 50 years shaping and adapting its interventions to conflict, peace and recovery challenges. The country has come a long way since 2001 when the country was left devastated in every respect. Democratic institutions are in place and a new generation of Afghans is striving to rebuild the country’s human and economic potentials.

Violence is still threatening the country’s stabilization and sustainable development. UNDP provides technical assistance to some 40 government agencies on essential issues including re-integration of insurgents and strengthening of the law and order in Afghanistan.

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